Recieved this from King Auther Flour and love the idea of yeast waffles.
Here's what they had to say about it: This classic yeasted waffle recipe produces waffles that are wonderfully crisp outside, and creamy-smooth and moist inside. Even when cooling, they retain their wonderful texture.
You can choose to prepare the batter for these waffles and cook it after an hour, but we prefer to let the batter rest overnight in the fridge, where it develops some real depth of flavor, yeasty and rich. Some aren't fond of this "yeasty/fermented" flavor; if you think you might fall into this camp, add 1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder to the recipe (in addition to the yeast), and cook after just a 30-minute rest; don't refrigerate overnight
Prep time does not include resting
Recieved this in a WS magazine and I'm always looking for recipes for my tagine and this one sounds yummy. I often add a bay leaf during the simmering stage for extra flavor. Serve with mashed potatoes
Another recipe I recieved in my WS magazine and so good. I learned to love Five-Spice while in China and was pleased to find this recipe; if you don't have the spice there are several recipes available on this site. For serving have butter lettuce leaves, steamed whtie rice, bean sprouts, and thinly sliced green onion and cilantro leaves for garnish. Serves a lot (14) so a great dish for company and easy to serve. When I made this made it easier by just browning the meat and the onions togheter and then dumping in the crock pot on low for 8 hours. Fall apart tender and easy to shred.
This was sent to me in a William Sonoma magazine and it's a nice variation on an old classic that tends to be a more grown up taste (IMHO) It calls for cavatappi pasta (a fancier elbow looking pasta) but I couldn't find it so just used elbow. Has more steps than most mac-n-cheese I've made but I feel it's worth it and hope you do too.
This recipe arrived with my William Sonoma Magazine and I didn't see another quite like it - it looks so good I'm posting and planning on making these at my next opportunity. With the beer and mustard they sound differant from the other recipes I've seen here. Think they'll go great with a hot panini. YUM! Plan ahead as they need to be in the fridge overnight and this is not counted in prep time.
Found this recipe in a KAF catalog and is described as "Creamy, vanilla-scented bars, perfect with a cup of coffee" Sure sounds good to me for a Sunday Morning breakfast or just a special treat. Prep time does not include cooling
Just bought this lovely new bundt pan and this recipe was on the box. I searche on here for others and there are a couple but differant than this one - for one thing it only takes 2 eggs, not 6. I'm truly guessing at the serving size as it's not listed. When I made it I did add a teaspoon of vanilla extract and a teaspoon of almond as I was leaving out the raisins (can't stand them myself) and it was wonderful, light and only slightly sweet. Next time I'm going to make a vanilla glaze drizzle over it and top with almonds for a prettier presentation.
Recieved this recipe from Taste of Home and couldn't wait to try it. I love that they only served two so perfect for DH and me when I wanted something special for just us. They came together easy, were light, fluffy and oh so chocolate. It calls for mint extract but I didn't have that so just used vanilla and it was still good. Think it'd be really good with the mint and maybe a little mint leave as garnish.
Found this recipe on the WW site and found it easy to make with a great taste and only serves two which is perfect for us. Add to that on the WW Point Plus program it's only 5 points and you have a winner IMHO! Even DH who swears he doesn't like anything "lite" enjoyed this one, hope you do too. I didn't have Sherry vinegar so used red wine and it was fine. Serving is 1 chicken breast half and 1/3 cup sauce per serving.
Recieved this recipe from Taste of Home, and my family loves Butterscotch and as this goes together so fast and easy it's a winner for my family. Topped with whipped cream - couldn't get much easier. Prep time does not include cooling and refridgeration.
Got this recipe from King Arthur Flour site and knew I had to try it. I ordered the lemon bits and lemon powder from KAF but I think you could easily sub grated lemon and lemon juice for the same effect. I liked it best served warm, It came out tangy, light with burst of lemon goodness. So for you lemon lovers out there - I think you'll enjoy.
This recipe came with a shortcake basket pan I purchased and we love it. The cake is not to sweet and firm enough to hold the fruit and whipped cream topping without becoming soggy. So much better than those little round discs you buy at the store. I topped with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, fresh strawberries, bananna and pineapple and a healthy serving of whipped crea. YUM
Recieved this in an email from King Arthur Flour and liked that it's made with Wheat flour and no white sugar, or added oil and not to sweet. Here's what they had to say: "moist, tender, richly flavored loaf features whole wheat flour, making this a super (and tasty!) way to increase your family's intake of healthy fiber.
Found this in a Cuisine at home "cooking for two" book I bought, made it and LOVE it. Made just enough for DH and I and only used one pan to cook twice, first partially cook sprouts in water then saute in butter. The end result is YUMMY if you like sprouts and really brings out the fresh flavor with a nice bright color. I did saute some onions with mine and liked that.
Recieved this in an email from another site and couldn't find it on here - the picture looks amazing and as DH and I love this type of fast but flavorful recipe know it will be good. It also says that prep can be done a day ahead which is always nice if there's company. Serve with steamed rice or over pasta
Since I've discovered sourdough bread I'm always looking for new recipes to try. I recieved this one with an order from King Arthur, tried it and really liked it even if it does take some effort, time and planning to get it done. If you like a stronger sourdough taste (which we do) it recommends to substitute 1/2 cup rye or whole wheat flour for 1/2 cup of the unbleached all-purpose flour in the sponge. Prep time does not include rising or making the spone
Was sent this along with some other recipes from another site and it's enoough differant from other similar ones I decided to post it. Sounds like a great holiday side - and as I don't care for the old marshmellow ones that my Mom loved, think this might just be what I'm looking for.
Another recipe I was sent on line from TOH that not only looks pretty but is differant from most pies and sounds pretty easy to put together. One of the reviews on this had some good hints to make it serve even better.
"Use a can of organic pumpkin that had sugar and all the spices in it already. Recommend having the caramel and chocolate sauces at room temp so that they can be drizzled easily over the deserts before serving. Also recommend putting the desert plates in the freezer to buy some time before the ice cream melts if you are serving a number of guests. Also make sure you have a good knife that can cut cleanly through the crust so the pieces hold together well when you scoop them out. It is an attractive and very delicious desert if served with care and a little speed."
Prep time does not include freezing
I got this off another on-line recipe site and it looks so good I wanted to be sure and save it as this is the only site I really use. It's credited to a "QUIRKYIQ" and she states "the crispiest, spiciest, homemade fried chicken I have ever tasted! It is equally good served hot or cold and has been a picnic favorite" My whole family LOVES a good fried chicken so can't wait to try it out.
Recieved this from KA Flour and decided to add them to my Holiday Cookie tray as in this house we are major chocolate fans. The description is what made me want to make them. "Chewy, rich chocolate cookies with no added fat and no gluten. They get texture from the egg whites and flavor from cocoa powder (which represents the only fat in the recipe) Plus easy to make, just stir together scoop and bake for 8 minutes. I did add about a cup of cappacino chips and chopped walnuts to mine which did take away from no added fat but it was sure good. The yield depends on the size of your cookies